- This southwest Georgia park is on beautiful Lake Seminole, a 37,500-acre reservoir known for its excellent sport fishing. The lake is shallow, but natural lime sink ponds have left areas of cool, clear water with a variety of fish. The threatened gopher tortoise, the only tortoise native to Georgia, makes its home along a 2.2 mile nature trail designed to interpret the wiregrass community habitat.
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Seminole State Park.
This park is in the plains region or Georgia.
Recreation - Camping, fishing, boating, swimming and hiking opportunities can be found here. The park is located near one of Georgia's largest wildlife management areas, providing great duck and deer hunting. Visit Seminole for peaceful relaxation or to enjoy your favorite water sport. There is also a mini-golf course and a gift shop at the park.
Climate - Georgia generally experiences mild, comfortable winters and warm to hot, humid summers.
Located 16 miles south of Donalsonville via Ga. Hwy. 39, or 23 miles west of Bainbridge on Ga. Hwy. 253.